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Robert Ambrogi and Andy Wilson Discuss the Future of Law—and the History of Logikcull

April 30, 2019  |  1 min read

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In 2001, Massachusetts-based lawyer and journalist Robert Ambrogi published “The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web,” a desk reference book surveying the internet for an industry where, even in 2001, many were still getting used to the concept of going “online.”

Around the same time, Logikcull co-founders Andy Wilson and Sheng Yang were cutting their teeth at a litigation support company that would print out millions and millions of emails every month—and dreaming of a better way to do discovery.

A lot has changed in the years that have passed since then. When it comes to the discovery of electronically stored information, the default approach is (thankfully) no longer to hit print. And when legal professionals need resources on the web, they don’t have to turn to a physical reference book—there are plenty of blogs, online guides, and podcasts that have taken over that role, podcasts like Ambrogi’s own LawNext.

In the most recent episode of LawNext, Ambrogi sat down with Andy Wilson to discuss the changes Wilson has seen over his career, as well as some of the issues still facing the legal industry.

Listen to the podcast via iTunes or embedded below.

Tune in to learn:

  • How Logikcull made the switch to the cloud and what it took to bring the rest of the legal community along
  • Why removing cost-prohibitive pricing structures is essential to democratizing discovery
  • What can be done to cut through the increasing noise-to-signal ratio as data sizes grow

And, because turnabout is fair play, Logikcull’s Moneet Kholi also cornered Ambrogi for a quick interview. The video is the second in Logikcull’s new “In-House” series, bringing together experts on the front line of legal innovation for a look into the changes that are reshaping the industry. Watch the clip below for a quick discussion of the challenges facing in-house legal teams. And if you like what you see, subscribe to the series here to stay up-to-date.